As urban populations continue to grow, the need to provide
reliable and efficient transportation that allows passengers to connect
seamlessly door-to-door becomes more critical. From public transportation to
ride-sharing, bike-sharing and scooter-sharing, passengers are increasingly
looking for options that allow them to select their transportation options on
demand, planning and paying for their commutes in one easy-to-use application.
Together, Siemens Mobility, HaCon, eos.uptrade, Bytemark and Padam are
providing these digital solutions that are making commutes easier and faster.
- Siemens Mobility and Bytemark to provide new technology
- Will expand Smart Columbus operating system
- Public sector will manage passenger relationship for trip planning and ticket purchasing
- Enhanced passenger experience
Siemens Mobility announced it will work with Bytemark, a Siemens Mobility partially-owned subsidiary, to provide a common payment solution for Columbus, Ohio's Smart Columbus travel app – the first-ever platform managed by a city, rather than a transportation operator or private party in the United States. The single-payment system that allows for both public and private mobility services to be paid using a single account-based payment system.
- Brownfield Engine Exchange (BEX) delivers cleaner energy, long-term reliability, improved efficiency and more powerful performance
- Making Energy Greener is one of Siemens’ continuing core focus areas as the global energy landscape evolves and changes
- Over 30 engine exchange projects worldwide to date with several recent new orders
Siemens Gas and Power is focused on helping customers navigate the world’s most pressing energy problems, both for today and tomorrow. Essential applications include providing products, solutions and services that make fossil energy greener. A recent example is a project in Alabama where Siemens is has completed its first large gas turbine section exchange in the U.S. -- delivering on that commitment. In this way Siemens is helping make energy greener and more sustainable in an evolving energy landscape.
In 2016, Bolivia chose Siemens to provide the technology and services that would add more than one gigawatt of electricity to the country's power grid. On August 8, 2019 the first of three thermal power plants to be expanded and upgraded was officially inaugurated.
Bolivia's president Evo Morales, the Bolivian energy minister Rafael Alarcon, members of the executive committee of the national company Ende Andina and John Prado, CEO Siemens Bolivia, visited the Del Sur Thermoelectric Power Plant, located in Yaguacua in southeastern Bolivia, for the opening ceremony.
The combined cycle power plant is equipped with eight Siemens SGT-800 gas turbines, four SST-400 steam turbines and eight heat recovery generators (HRSGs). The conversion to combined cycles of the Del Sur plant will increase the efficiency of the plant from 40 percent to 51 percent depending on environmental and operational conditions.
At ISH, the leading international trade show for building, energy and air conditioning technology and renewable energy sources that took place in March 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany, Siemens did exhibit its current portfolio of products, systems and solutions for energy-efficient rooms and buildings as well as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technology.
Connected and self-driving vehicles are on the horizon. Autonomous taxis and minibuses could cover the last mile between homes and public mass transit and long-distance transport hubs, helping make private cars superfluous in cities and relieving congestion. In rail transport as well, fully automated systems and connectivity can help satisfy the rapidly growing demand for mobility. Making vehicles and infrastructure more intelligent can ensure better availability and make mobility safer. All this adds up to vastly improved urban environments.Siemens is working with municipalities, public transit authorities and research institutes to develop these transport concepts.
Am 1. August 2019 haben wir die Zahlen für das dritte Quartal des Geschäftsjahres 2019 veröffentlicht. Die Telefonkonferenzen für Journalisten und für Analysten wurden live übertragen.
- Contract of Chief Human Resources Officer Janina Kugel to expire by mutual agreement
At its meeting today, the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG
agreed to extend the appointment of Managing Board member Cedrik Neike (46) by
five years. The contract of the CEO of Siemens' Smart Infrastructure Operating
Company (SI) will now run until May 31, 2025. The contract of Chief Human
Resources Officer (CHRO) Janina Kugel (49) will expire by mutual agreement on
January 31, 2020.
World Taiwan and Japan fosters close relationships with partners to assist in
co-creating IoT development in Taiwan and Japan
- 20 members join
MindSphere World Taiwan and Japan from different sectors
World Taiwan and Japan is the third MindSphere World association established in
Asia, after MindSphere World Asia Pacific and MindSphere World Korea
Today MindSphere World Taiwan and Japan inaugurated its first member
meeting and board member meeting in Taipei. This
officially announces the preliminary establishment of MindSphere World
association in Taiwan and Japan, which is regarded as an important step in
promoting the prevalence of the MindSphere ecosystem as an open IoT platform in
Taiwan and Japan. The aim of the association is to drive the development of the
IoT ecosystem, create an IoT community for members who want to use MindSphere,
the open, cloud-based IoT operating system and to communicate, synergize and
share requirements together and to shape the digital economy in Taiwan and